Tying Thread - Uni-Thread, Veevus, Danville, Monocord, synthetic, silk, gel spun, Kevlar, denier - - Global FlyFisher
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Uni-Thread, Veevus, Danville, Monocord, synthetic, silk, gel spun, Kevlar, denier
The Danish company Veevus has surprised the fly-tying market with its strong and thin tying thread. We have contacted Emir Ceric, the man behind the project, and asked a few questions about the thread, the market and the future.
Read his replies here.
This short video shows you how to whip finish with your fingers rather than using a tool. It's quite easy, looks cool and saves you trying to localize that whipfinisher on your messy tying table - that is if you are like the rest of us...
Watch the 40 second video here
If you ever saw skilled tyers tie, you'll probably have noticed that many of them keep spinning the bobinholder more or less vividly every time the let go of it. If you didn't notice, try looking the next time you see a 'pro' tie.
Whip fisnish with your hands
Whip finishing without a tool is not at all difficult. Lots of people use and praise the whip finishing tool which comes in many variations.
Even as a
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